A Simple Pancake Recipe

Life is short and the food is good, so why not eat good food.

Pancakes just happen to be one of my favorite foods to eat on a Saturday. I have one basic recipe that I can change or add fruits to make it extra yummy.

Saturdays are my recovery days. The week was long and gruesome. I almost missed a few deadlines but in the end, I met them all. Yes, yes congratulate me now. I take cakes, hugs, and bitcoins. Just kidding, you can keep your bitcoins.

Pancakes to me are really basic and I must thank my mom for teaching me how to make them from scratch. Being very honest, you don’t have to put sugar in your pancakes. You can use syrup on them when you eat it. As for me, I like the sugar because it gives the pancake a different type of sweetness.

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You don’t have to use condense milk if you don’t want to, you can use one cup of any milk that you like. But if you decide to use actual milk then you don’t need to add the water.

If you don’t want to use eggs, a banana or a chia egg will work just fine.

If you want to increase the amount that the recipe yields, then remember to keep the flour and baking powder in a 1:1 ratio.

You can add fruits to the mixture if you want, just make sure they aren’t rotten or frozen. That will through off the consistency.

You can use honey or brown sugar in place of the white sugar that I used. Be sure to add a little bit more flour if you use honey to keep the mixture consistent.


This recipe makes 6 pancakes, sharing is definitely optional.

1 egg
1 cup of flour
1 cup of water
1/8 cup of sweetened condensed milk (You can use 1 cup of any milk and omit the water)
1/4 tsp of cinnamon
1 tsp of baking powder
1/8 tsp of salt
1/4 cup sugar
1/8 tsp nutmeg
1tsp vanilla extract


  1. In a large mixing, bowl pour add the water and condensed milk then blend together.
  2. In the same bowl add the egg and vanilla extract together and mix until smooth.
  3. In another bowl combine all of your dry ingredients together.
  4. Then pour your dry ingredients into the large bowl with your wet ingredients.
  5. Blend together until smooth. 
  6. Place your griddle on 350 or if you are using a frying pan then heat pan over medium heat. 
  7. Use a 1/3 measuring cup to transfer mixture to griddle.
  8. Each side will take less than a minute, so when you start to see the edges turn brown you will know that the bottom is finished.
  9. Repeat this process until you have used all the batter.
  10. Enjoy your hard work hotshot!

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